Piece description from the artist

Recursive reflections between two buildings covered by reflective glass.

Selected as Kodak Picture of the Day and projected in Times Square on August 9, 2011 Also selected for the "Wide Open 7" juried art show (May 2016) by the Curatorial Assistant of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Beth Saunders.

Original ready to hang (no need for frame).

Other works by Miron Abramovici

About Miron Abramovici

Berkeley Heights, NJ

Doctor Miron Abramovici enjoyed a distinguished scientific career as a researcher, textbook author, inventor, and university professor before he discovered his inner artist just a couple of years ago.

Since then, photography has become his passion, obsession, and a main reason of being. He loves to discover the world through the eye of the camera, to see its hidden beauty or unusual features of ordinary, everyday things. Miron's artwork is permeated by his fascination with abstract patterns, reflections, and surrealistic images.

He is also available for weddings, family portraits, events, boudoir, model portfolios, and maternity photography.

See Miron's portfolio here

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